On behalf of the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT) and the convening committee of the ASMIRT 2018 Conference, it is with great pleasure that we extend an invitation to all members of the medical radiation sciences professional community to join us for the ASMIRT 2018 Conference.
Abstract submissions for oral and ePoster presentations at ASMIRT 2018 are now open! This is an opportunity for MRS professionals to present their latest research, case studies and experiences, sharing knowledge to advance and promote our profession.
The ASMIRT 2018 Conference venue, NCCC, has recently undergone a $5.4 million refurbishment. The transformation will ensure an even better conference experience for delegates and visitors.
This session identifies important attributes and the development of skills to support those involved as clinical supervisors in the workplace.
We are excited to have Professor Charbel Saade as an invited speaker. Get ready for some evidence based lectures driven by physics, anatomy, pathology and imaging techniques.
Unsure about how to submit? Our conference committee has created this helpful 'How to' video to help you along the way.
Learn how you and members of your multi-disciplinary team can successfully collaborate and communication to produce high quality patient care.
We are pleased to announce Julie McCrossin as an invited speaker. Julie is an Ambassador for Targeting Cancer, TROG Cancer Research, Sydney and Melbourne Coastrek, Fred Hollows Foundation and Australian Red Cross.
This workshop will cover the impact of research in improving patient outcomes and the multidisciplinary approach to clinical research.
Abstract submissions for ASMIRT 2018 are closed. We would like to thank eveyone that submitted their abstracts! We have received an abundance of high calibre submissions this year and look forward to sharing our program soon!
In this interactive workshop you will explore effective communication skills to confidently and respectfully raise concerns with colleagues regarding patient safety during critical moments.
Come for a tour and see the radiation oncology facilities and radiation therapy on offer to patients in the ACT and surrounding region.
We are excited to announce A/Prof Sandra Turner as an invited speaker. Sandra is enthusiastic about engaging radiation therapy professionals to maximise its benefit for cancer patients.
Canberra, host city of #ASMIRT2018 has just come in 3rd place on Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel list for 2018. It is the only Aussie city to be ranked in the top 10 and the highest an Australian city has ever appeared on the hotly contested list. Find out why at ASMIRT 2018
The ASMIRT 2018 draft program has just been released. You can look forward to a packed scientific program including a selection of inspirational invited speakers, hands on workshops and exciting social activities. Thursday 15 March will include a variety of pre-conference workshops and panel meetings. Friday 16 – Sunday 18 March features the main conference and includes the Student Conference on Friday, cocktail function at the War Memorial on Friday evening, breakfast sessions on the Saturday, gala dinner at the Australian National Museum on Saturday night and more. Breakfast / Morning tea sponsor sessions will be announced soon.
Early Bird registration date extended
In order to make things easier for members and speakers wishing to register for the ASMIRT 2018 conference, we have extended the early bird registration deadline until midnight 18 January 2018. Register now and save up to $200 on full registration.
We are excited to announce Hugh Kearns as an invited speaker. Hugh is recognised internationally as a public speaker, educator and researcher.
We are excited to announce Joe Petroni as an invited speaker. Over the years Joe has actively contributed to the Radiography profession, taking on many roles within what was then the AIR, being involved in the education of student radiographers within NSW.
We are excited to announce Peter Dooley as an invited speaker. Peter has spent the last 3 years introducing Virtual Reality to many areas of the hospital.
We are excited to announce Beverlee Macdonell-Scott as an invited speaker. Beverlee has been a NSW radiographer for more than 30 years and a mammography specialist with BreastScreen NSW for 24 years.
We are excited to announce Cath Adams as an invited speaker. Cath has been working in Clinical Psychology for 27 years, the last 17 in Oncology in both the private and public sectors.
We are excited to announce our sponsor breakfast & morning tea sessions.